Grace Livingston Hill (1865-1947) was a successful American novelist and short story writer. Born to a Presbyterian minister, Hill often included strong Christian themes and messages in her works, which proved immensely popular during the heyday of her career in the 1910s and 1920s.
A Voice in the Wilderness by Grace Livingston Hillby Grace Livingston Hill
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Margaret Earle, an Eastern girl, thinking she has reached her destination in Arizona, where she is going to teach school, steps off the train at a lonely, desert water tank, and the train moves on, leaving her in the darkness and in a strange, forlorn land. But she steps off into a series of adventures and thrilling events which make entertaining reading indeed. After an unpleasant encounter with one man, she is rescued by another, young Lance Gardley, like herself an Easterner, and out of this meeting grows the romance of the story. Margaret's school and the strange religious life of the community make a splendid setting for this fresh, crisp, western tale.
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Adventurous love story for Christians to read, none of the sexual innuendo of today's romance. Grace Livingston Hill, was a Christian romance writer of the early 20th century. Beautifully written with insight into the everyday lives and loves of early Arizona. Mdk75
it keeps your interest,i liked it alot.